‘Zeus’ Has Been in the Billings Shelter Far Too Long. Adopt Him?
Some dogs spent very little time at Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter.
Puppies typically get adopted quickly, as do smaller dogs and "popular" breeds. Other dogs spend far too long waiting for adoption. Older dogs, like last week's featured Wet Nose Wednesday dog may take longer to find their forever home. Today's featured pet, Zeus, has been at the shelter for over 40 days. FORTY DAYS!!
A two-year-old male Doberman mix.
Like all pets at YVAS, Zeus is neutered and ready to adopt today. He's a canine marvel, known for his incredible loyalty and devotion, according to staffers. Once you earn his trust, he'll be your most faithful companion, always there to offer comfort and support.
He's treat-motivated (aren't they all?), making training a breeze. He eagerly responds to positive reinforcement and reward-based training methods. Zeus would benefit from an experienced owner who can provide consistent leadership and guidance. Someone familiar with the traits and personality of a Doberman would be ideal. Mature children (or none) in the household would be ideal and he doesn't seem to love cats.
The perfect person is out there for Zeus.
Stop by Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter to meet Zeus, and you may just fall in love with him. If he's not the right fit for you or your family, take a look at all the other ready-to-adopt pets at YVAS. Over the last decade, YVAS has grown to become the largest shelter in Montana, intaking over 5,000 animals every year.
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